Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Signs your agent might be a dunderhead

His or her name does not actually appear on the agency's website.

11 comments:

Sean Ferrell said...

You're one to talk. I keep looking for "The Shark" on Fineprint's site but it ain't nowhere.

Amy B. said...

Well, my name didn't appear on our agency's website when I signed my first clients, 'cause I was an assistant and not taking queries at the time. (I pillaged my first clients from my boss' queries, with his permission of course.)

If it's an agency of one, then yeah, having the name up there would be good. ^_^

Susan said...

...or the agency's webmaster is the dunderhead and has been spending more time on twitter and facebook than on performing web updates.

Jean said...

Well, the whole agency is named after him so I think I might be okay in this case.

Sarah Ahiers (Falen) said...

LMFAO! This made my day.

Philangelus said...

I dunno. It might also be a sign that the website was designed five years ago, and no one remembers the password so they can upload the new pages, and the agency is SO busy that no one has time to call tech support.

Janet Reid said...

Yea Sean, your agent IS a dunderhead.

taratyler said...

I love the word 'dunderhead!'

Josin L. McQuein said...

Sean's agent is a HAMMERhead, not a dunderhead. Sheesh.

(I think I may have officially hit the "too much" caffeination point.)

Bri Clark said...

I looked up dunderhead in wikipedia and it took me to idiot, numbskull....I like dunderhead the most.

Rowenna said...

Dunderhead=underused but excellent word of the day. Thanks for the smile :)